Arsenal vs West Ham Match Live Stream Details
DATE: April 22nd 2018
TIME: 13:30 (UK)
WHERE: Emirates Stadium, London
COMPETITION: Premier League
How to Watch Arsenal vs West Ham Live Stream
Fresh off the back of the huge news that Arsene Wenger will be leaving the club at the end of the season, will the boss get the start of a big send off at home on Sunday against the Hammers?
Great news for Gunners fans is that the Arsenal vs West Ham live stream will be available on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event for those with a subscription. However, if you’re looking for a little flexibility or just want to watch this game and nothing more then grab a NOW TV day pass for just £7.99 here with All Arsenal.
This London derby has taken much more significance since since Wenger’s reveal he will leave in a few weeks time, and no doubt this will be must watch on Sunday. The game will be covered on various sport radio channels as well as live commentary blogs e.g. BBC Football and Sky Sports. If you want an All Arsenal perspective then make sure to join us on Facebook where we’ll be doing live key commentary throughout this ‘must win’ fixture in north London! Don’t forget to check out the full and detailed match report after full-time.
Arsenal vs West Ham Head-to-Head Record
With the Gunners recording four wins out of the last five home meetings between the London rivals West Ham it would appear on paper that impressive head-to-head stat will be extended on Sunday. The last time Arsenal lost to the Hammers was back in 2015 and with this match taking on great significance with the news regarding the manager’s imminent departure it would be quite a result if David Moyes’s side come and spoil the long farewell.
|19 Dec 2017||Arsenal v West Ham United||1-0||Win|
|13 Dec 2017||West Ham United v Arsenal||0-0||Draw|
|05 Apr 2017||Arsenal v West Ham United||3-0||Win|
|03 Dec 2016||West Ham United v Arsenal||1-5||Win|
|09 Apr 2016||West Ham United v Arsenal||3-3||Draw|
Match Scenarios for Arsenal vs West Ham
Winning will put a much needed five point distance between sixth and seventh in the Premier League, which would at the end of the season ensure that the Gunners claim a Europa League spot (minimum) next season. West Ham on the other hand know one more win is likely to ensure their Premier League survival – however Hammers boss Moyes is likely to be wishing Wenger’s announcement came after Sunday’s game, as no doubt the Gunners players and fans will be up for it.